Blue Eye

Comments (21)

Comment Feed

Beautiful language.

Beautiful language.

Anonymous more than 5 years ago

This is a beautiful

This is a beautiful description of a beautiful story. I hope you enter the competion this year. I'd love to read more of your word.

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

Good riddance to Louis, I

Good riddance to Louis, I say. Never trust a guy who keeps his eyes shut.

Do you remember Jean McKay's story about the teacher she had in elementary school who made the kids carry a clean teaspoon in their pockets in case one of their eyeballs ever popped out, so they could scoop it up and plunk it back in? Can't pull off that little trick unless you're looking. Same with life.

George S more than 6 years ago

Beautiful story, Donna! I

Beautiful story, Donna! I love the ending, the various turns of a sentence.

And congrats!

Bernadette Wagner more than 6 years ago

Loved it...fabulous flow,

Loved it...fabulous flow, quirky candor, complete.

islander more than 6 years ago

how wonderfully short,

how wonderfully short, succinct, yet captures the essence and decline of a lifetime and its heart. beautiful work.

Lee Kvern more than 6 years ago

Eye like it! Poetic, subtle,

Eye like it! Poetic, subtle, lovely.

Fish more than 6 years ago

Ever the poet, your final

Ever the poet, your final paragraph is pure.

Barbara Swail more than 6 years ago

Check out the mag on the far

Check out the mag on the far right. There's a single blue eye that looks permanently open. Subtle connection, but what a start for a story. Imagine if that eye were in your stroke-damaged body.

hg more than 6 years ago

Great imagery. And you create

Great imagery. And you create a very real character and relationship in so few words.

Rebekah more than 6 years ago

All it takes is one blink of

All it takes is one blink of a "blue" eye to either enlighten or blind us from the truth with which you always find a way of helping us to see ~ if we are so willing. Thanks, Donna. I love the last line especially.

Ingrid Elena Pavia more than 6 years ago

Great Imagery. Beautiful

Great Imagery. Beautiful piece =)

Megatron more than 6 years ago

Great story! Enjoyed the

Great story! Enjoyed the imagery

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

I enjoyed the use of

I enjoyed the use of colloquialisms for deeper thought.

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

Excellent piece! I got

Excellent piece! I got involved so quickly.

IJM more than 6 years ago

Last paragraph says it all.

Last paragraph says it all. Love this piece!

JL more than 6 years ago

Good story - very gripping,

Good story - very gripping, very real ...love the language. Great imagery.

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

Maybe it's something I'm not

Maybe it's something I'm not picking up on- but I don't understand the correlation between the postcard and the story.

Laurie more than 6 years ago

beautifully sad and powerful,

beautifully sad and powerful, lovely story.

ken flett more than 6 years ago

I really like this...

I really like this...

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

Incredible as always, rich

Incredible as always, rich with images, dripping with meanings..... good on you!

Muskwaman more than 6 years ago

---
KEEP IN TOUCH WITH GEIST

---
EMAIL
FIRST NAME
LAST NAME
PROVINCE




Submission Guidelines      Newsstands      The Geist Atlas of Canada      About Geist      Volunteer      Advertise     

Built with Metro Publisher™